Sabrina Rubin Erdely

contributing editor at Rolling Stone

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Sabrina Rubin Erdely is an award-winning feature writer and investigative journalist, and a Contributing Editor at Rolling Stone. Her work has also appeared in SELF, GQ, The New Yorker, Mother Jones, Glamour and Men’s Health, among other publications; has been reprinted in college textbooks; and has been anthologized in Best American Magazine Writing, as well as twice in Best American Crime Reporting. Erdely’s feature writing and reporting have earned her a number of prestigious awards, including two National Magazine Award nominations: the first for "Intimate Intimidation," her Philadelphia investigation of a doctor who violated a sacred trust; the second for "School of Hate," her recent Rolling Stone article about LGBT bullying. Several of her articles are in development as Hollywood films.

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